Last weekend, I caught the last half an hour of It’s a Wonderful Life. It’s one of my favourite Christmas films. A true nostalgic classic that always reminds me of family Christmases when I was younger. Starring James Stewart, Donna Reed and Henry Travers as Clarence Odbody, it is a heart-warming tale, even in those...Read More
Whether you have one day off or two weeks, we all look forward to having a little time off over the festive season if we can. Those ‘3 days’ between Christmas and New Year are commonly spent in a glorious festive haze. Not knowing what day it is, or how much cheese we’ve actually consumed,...Read More
We thought about time so differently growing up. We would wish our lives away waiting for that birthday party, that holiday, or that Christmas for that present. We would be wishing we were older too. Old enough to buy makeup, to vote, to buy alcohol or be able to go out and party. I always...Read More
I’ve read a few articles recently all with a similar message when it comes to gifting this Christmas. Many of them probably apply more to people with children – and not going overboard with too many presents – but I think it’s an important message for adults too. This may seem like a rather Grinch-inspired...Read More
I had an email come through this week which confirmed that ASOS have stopped publishing their magazine for Premier subscribers. I had heard a few people mention it, and to be honest, I hadn’t thought too much about it – another publication stopping its print run – but after reading an article that determined how...Read More
With the clocks changing last weekend and the days growing noticeably shorter, it’s always the perfect time of year to settle in and snuggle down. To relieve a little of the pressure we feel during summer. To always be out and about making the most of the sunshine, or cooking dinner alfresco or driving down...Read More
At work this week, we just happened to get onto the subject of comparison. I’m sure it’s the same in many workplaces – that you tend to be on similar paths as those you work with. Some may be married or getting married, looking to buy their first home or decorating it, hoping to start...Read More
I read an article at the weekend that was discussing the interesting topic of how these days, people just don’t talk to each other like they used to. We are all so engrossed in our phones, tablets and busy lives that the thought of talking to someone in a queue, or starting up a conversation...Read More
More than ever, I think this is the time of year where we need to put ourselves first. Following on from Mental Health Week, it’s been a highly topical subject, but self-care should be important all year round. Although with the nights now drawing in and the rain continuing to fall, I feel it’s a...Read More
There seems to be a real movement recently – both in fashion and interiors – for simple, soft neutrals and lots of texture. In interiors especially, it’s a far cry from the slightly clinical, more Scandi-inspired trends we were seeing a few years ago where rose gold took precedence and stark white Ikea furniture seemed...Read More
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